Following the sustainability process called upcycling,” a U.S. textile manufacturer has created a fabric out of recycled soda pop bottles (PET plastic), and woven the resulting polymer (called EcoSpun) into Ecophab™. Ecophab accepts and water-based inks and is an eco-friendly, cost-effective alternative to many stocked fabrics used in the fabric graphics industry.
Fabric created out of recycled soda pop bottles
News | March 1, 2008 | By: ATA
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